Excellence in Materials Science Applications Publication Contest
2016 Winners Announced
We wish to congratulate authors Im, Shin, Jang, Kim, and Choi from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, for submitting the winning paper, “Maximizing the catalytic function of hydrogen spillover in platinum-encapsulated aluminosilicates with controlled nanostructures," published in Nature Communications.
We also wish to congratulate authors Armaković, Armaković, and Koziel, for submitting the runner-up paper, “Optoelectronic properties of curved carbon systems," published in Carbon.
We received an outstanding collection of great papers that demonstrated wide-ranging applications of the Schrödinger’s Materials Science Suite, and the winning publication was selected based on a number of criteria, including the impact factor of the publishing journal, importance of the discovery, utilization of the MS Suite, and the importance of the application area. We want to thank everyone for submitting their work for consideration.
We look forward to another round of excellent submissions when we open the 2017 Contest near the end of this year.
Schrödinger, Inc. is pleased to announce the Excellence in Materials Science Applications Publication Contest. The prize is a fully configured Exxact Materials Science System, ready for atomic-scale simulation with Schrödinger’s Materials Science Suite, jointly provided by Schrödinger and our partner Exxact.
In order to qualify, you must have published a paper in a peer-reviewed journal describing work that involved use of Schrödinger’s Materials Science Suite. You may enter multiple times, once for every unique publication. You may submit online for each publication. We encourage you to use the Executive Summary to highlight why you believe your paper should win.The winning paper will be selected based on a number of attributes, including, but not limited to the application of the Schrödinger Materials Science Suite, the real-world impact and relevance of the research, the Impact Factor of the Journal in which the paper is published, etc. The prize will be awarded to the designated PI of the winning paper.
Submissions are accepted until December 31, 2016, with the winner being notified by January 15, 2017.
The fully configured Exxact Materials Science System features the Schrödinger Material Science and queueing software pre-configured and installed. Schrödinger software licensing is not included. Schrödinger employees, scientific advisors, and consultants are ineligible to apply.
This contest is subject to the following:
No purchase is necessary to win. Void where prohibited by law. This contest is sponsored by Schrödinger, Inc., 120 West 45th Street, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10036. The contest begins on November 1, 2016 and ends on December 31, 2016, with the winner being notified by January 15, 2017. By submitting your entry and including your personal information, you expressly consent to Schrödinger’s use of your name, organization affiliation and email address to acknowledge your win on Schrödinger’s website and other social media. One prize will be awarded to the designated PI who first submits the paper to Schrödinger. As the designated PI, you represent and warrant that you are the author of the publication you are submitting and are authorized to submit such publication and enter this contest. Schrödinger makes no representation or warranty concerning the prize awarded. The winner will be notified by email, using information provided at the time of submitting the entry. Winner must claim the prize within 30 days of receipt of notification. If the winner does not claim the prize within such time period, the prize will be forfeited.